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The 101 number one song of the day was supposedly inspired by a line in a movie spoken by Clark Gable. It was recorded by a group that recorded at various times under 13 different names.
Among the names they used were the Variatones, The Four Lovers, Billy Dixon and the Topics and the Village Voices. Even after the struggling years and they were established as one of America’s most successful groups they resorted to a false name one more time with a 1965 released of Bob Dylan’s “Don’t Think Twice” under the name the Wonder Who? On November 17, 1962 they reached the top of the chart for the second time in their career with the song inspired by a line in a movie which happened to be, “Big girls don’t cry” — The Four Seasons.